The Indian electronics manufacturing industry which faced a temporary slowdown last year will receive a shot in the arm when South Asia's premiere exhibition on Electronic manufacturing - Electronics Next India 2010 - "Global Marketplace and International Trade Exhibition for EMS, electronic components, material and production equipment" will come to the city on 24 February, 2010.
Electronics Next India is the only international exhibition for this sector being organized in New Delhi and is proposed to be an annual event catering to needs of the electronics market in India. It is the sole platform for conducting business, networking and staying up-to-date with the latest electronic industry trends across the world.
The exhibition aims to bring the buyer and the seller together on one platform thus opening up new opportunities for displaying one’s product/offering, throwing open new avenues for networking and gaining new business leads.
“As the economy begins to gather momentum after the brief slowdown, technology and innovation will play a major role in driving consumer electronics to the next level. Electronics Next India will be of immense help for brands and OEMs to build their supplier base and at the same time connecting with the future in manufacturing. I look forward to Electronics Next India creating new ideas and viewpoints on the direction the industry should take and invite all my industry colleagues to attend and benefit from this exhibition” Dr. Y.V. Verma, President, CEAMA.
Electronics Next India is being held with the support of all the major trade associations and bodies across India to offer maximum value to the industry and create opportunities for growth in this sector which is growing exponentially. The major supporting associations include, ELCINA, MAIT, IPCA, TEMA, CEAMA, TEEMA, AEIS, ADCTA, FISME, ARIEA, CREMA, CLIK and ELIAP.
Products on display will cater to three main segments with around 45% belonging to the components sector, 35% from the production equipment sector and 20% from players in the materials sector. International players represent a cross section of the shows’ sectors, with all the major players being present at the Exhibition. The show is witnessing significant international participation from UK, US, Belgium, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Korea and countries like Israel and Romania.
Mr. Robert John, President ELCINA and CEO, Amphenol Interconnect added "I am delighted to learn that IMAGES EXHIBITIONS is organizing ‘Electronics Next India 2010' in New Delhi. In this era of rapid growth in demand for electronics, the need for an effective platform for business development could not be more. I am confident that Electronics Next will serve this truly global industry to forge new alliances and create opportunities by bringing global and local players together. ELCINA looks forward to supporting the show and contributing to make it a vibrant event for supporting the growth of the electronics market and manufacturing in India. I am happy that ELCINA is supporting this event and extend my best wishes for its success."
This year there is a special focus on EMS, one of the major drivers of growth in the market across the entire value chain. In addition to all major EMS companies participating at Electronics Next India 2010, the conference puts a spotlight on key factors influencing the growth of EMS as a sector.
The Conference, a key attraction at Electronics Next India 2010 will see industry leaders and experts from key segments sharing their vision for the future of the industry.
Another big draw is the introduction of the ‘Defence Pavilion’ to discuss and create an action plan for opportunities and challenges in Defence Electronics. This initiative is a dedicated approach to encourage solutions for the Defence sector. With a view to achieving techno-economic development in the Indian Defence sector, India has adopted a two-pronged approach, of creating a climate for the indigenous development of technology in the country, and the transfer and adaptation of technology from advanced countries. Electronics Next India is a business platform which serves both these needs- development of the technology base in the country, as well as foreign collaborations, involving technology transfer, which are imperative for achieving technical competence in the defence sector.
"Electronics Next India 2010 is much more than just a trade fair. It is also an information exchange for India’s electronics industry. For this reason alone it is a must for all players in the electronics value chain. Conferences, forums and discussions with leading representatives from major companies will give valuable information, insights and knowledge. Benefits that can only be had at Electronics Next India." said Rajeev Chawla, Senior Vice President, Images Exhibitions, organizers of Electronics Next India.
As India witnesses growth in all segments in Electronics, PCs, Laptops, mobile phones, consumer, engineering and automotive electronics, aerospace and defence, Electronics Next India (electronicsnext.in) is recognized as a vital opportunity for professionals of Design and R&D of Electronics Manufacturers to catch up with the latest technology trends.
About Images Exhibitions
IMAGES Exhibitions is part of the IMAGES Group. Headquartered in New Delhi, IMAGES Group is India’s largest specialty multimedia organization, operating through a multi-channel approach encompassing media -- both print and digital, sector-specific business events and research and intelligence. Images have offices in New Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkatta, Mumbai and Düsseldorf to be able to serves its customers better. IMAGES Exhibitions is a specialized trade exhibitions outfit providing an array of integrated marketing solutions in a variety of sectors including Electronics, Fashion, Jewellery, Footwear, among others. It reaches a coveted network of over a million industry professionals through its extensive database and trade exhibitions.True to the mission of bridging the gap between buyers and sellers, it delivers results through focused and highly targeted trade exhibitions.
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